Benazir Bhutto was born on June 21, 1953, into a wealthy landowning family. Her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, founded the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and was president and later prime minister of Pakistan from 1971 to 1977. First voted in as prime minister in 1988, Bhutto was sacked by the then-president on corruption charges in 1990. She took power again in 1993 after her successor, Nawaz Sharif, was forced to resign after a row with the president.
In 1999, both Bhutto and her husband, Asif Ali Zardari, were sentenced to five years in jail and fined $8.6 million on charges of taking kickbacks from a Swiss company hired to fight customs fraud. A higher court later overturned the conviction as biased. She was abroad at the time of her conviction and chose not to return to Pakistan. At the age of 35, Bhutto became the youngest Chief Executive Officer in the world and the first female Prime Minister in the Muslim world.
During her terms of office, she was faced with an enormous challenge: how to effectively govern a poor, politically fractious, and ethnically diverse nation. Prime Minister Bhutto was praised for moving swiftly to restore civil liberties and political freedom, suspended under military rule. She launched a nationwide program of health and education reform.
She was killed in a gun and bomb attack after a rally in the city of Rawalpindi.
Handwriting analysis of Benazir Bhutto.
Benazir Bhutto was a remarkable lady and just looking at her writing made me enthusiastic about writing her analysis. Her self confidence and clarity in what she wants is simply a treat to be able to analyze. She was a person who had high goals, people like these are not easy to find and I do regret the loss of this powerful woman, she would have done wonders for her country had she been allowed to rule and to live. People wanted her back and the fear as to what she would do after coming to power became a cause for her death.
She was a person who liked to take initiatives, shown in her writing in the letter ‘t’ . she hated to beat around the bush and came directly to the point. She expected the other person to do the same as well. She also was someone who liked to listen to her voice, other people would seldom be able to speak in her presence. But as every human being she to felt bad if anyone were to criticize her about her ideas and philosophies. She had a high degree of imagination and must have had concrete ideas as to what she wished to accomplish when she came to power. She had the ability to analyze pros and cons of a situation and take decisions on the bases of what she found and thought was best for everyone. Bhutto had the guts to call a ‘spade as a spade’ and was clear in communicating her views and ideas to the public.
A lady with persistence, power and intelligence.